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. the confrontation grew so intense, police used clubs to turn the demonstrators back. but demonstrators were not as reserved as they described. paint balls were fired or thrown at officers and a series of small fires erupted behind city hall. and watch as this protester hurls a large object at this chp cruiser, smashing the back window. >> turns out i believe took this action earlier. i believe that we have the duty and the responsibility to protect life and property. >> ladies and gentlemen, i ask that you forgive our voice and perhaps a shaky camera. the tear gas here has been quite significant. difficult to see. difficult to speak. in a very late night press conference, oakland police tell us protesters have thrown knives at them. even the kitchen sink as they move individuals out of franco plaza. at this hour, they tell us there have been 102 total arrests. two police officers have been injured. as you can see, this is still quite an active scene and the demonstrators have run from the tear gas at this moment, but they certainly have not left the streets of downtown. ken and dana, back
. >> this first storm brought us 3" of rain to the wettest spots in the northern bay area, a smattering across the bay area, where people are telling me sure smells good outside. we have rain from san jose to the bay area. now we do have ahead another bigger storm heading this way. should be arriving by at least this time tomorrow night with rain and wind. we'll tally up the totals and let you know how much to expect. still coming up later on in this newscast. >> thanks roberta. with the first storm the year comes this familiar warning. slow it down. the first rain brings all the oils to the surface of the pavement there, making it very slippery. but did you know this? the chp says the slickest roads tends to be the freeway clover leaves, those connector ramps between freeways. >>> the irs says not so fast, telling a big medical marijuana business that it owes millions in back taxes. robert liles on the letter that could change everything for budding bay area industry. >> reporter: oakland as harbor side health center is celebrating its five-year anniversary tonight but nothing in these canist
novel. how the u-s got the best of the mastermind. "here in china i really think i can get in with a company as they begin to expand. "." and: why some are looking for the american dream over seas. good evening i'm dana king. and i'm ken bastida. he is out of here. oakland police chief anthony batts has had enough. it's hardly been a secret that he and mayor quan don't see eye to eye. today he laid out his frustrations. but as robert lyles shows us, batts wasn't alone. why did chief batts step down as plot that reads like a movie script. the u-s government says an elite wing of iran's military --responsible for past terror attacks.. tried to hire a mexican drug cartel hitman to assassinate the saudi ambassador in washington. the prime suspect is this man: mansoor arbab-seer. he was charged in federal court in new york today. he has duel citizenship in iran and the u.s. bob orr on how the plot was uncovered. nns-n restrictions: -this story san francisco's mission district campus is forcing neighbors to shelter-in-place. one student says the evacuation was chaotic. "um, there
the hell? >> -- geoff: that was my girl. craig: oh, yeah, i forgot. i completely forgot that you guys used to go out for an episode. well, you know, alex has moved on. maybe you should. geoff: looks like you like a little ginger in your coffee, alex. i guess if you're into dudes that look like opi. craig: this is like a reality show with freaks. of course, there's no freeks on any other reality show. i'm saying the opposite of what's true. your hand just moved which is weird because this is the hand that doesn't move. geoff: i'm plugged in. i can go longer. craig: good night, everybody. say good night, kids. good night. [cheers and applause],,,,,,,,,, ♪ [ ukulele strumming ] ♪ [ folksy whistling ] [ man ] quitting is a fight you can't let yourself lose. it can take many tries. but keep trying, you will beat smoking. honey, you okay? yeah, i'm fine. ♪ [ ukulele ] >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> three students, all friends, all dead. how a shootout with police may have solved this murder mystery. >> history rewritten after years of wrangling. a commun
, a major investor was helping the company compete for a lucrative u.s. navy deal just before solyndra declared bankruptcy. allen martin, cbs 5. >>> no charges will be filed in the highly publicized gang rape case. santa clara d.a. says there is not enough evidence to prove that a group of baseball players raped a 17- year-old student at a party four years ago. now that's the same conclusion the former d.a. reached in 2007, siting drunk witnesses who told conflicting stories. >> sexual assault cases involving highly intoxicated people are extremely difficult to prove. by their very nature, these types of cases involve witnesses whose memories and perceptions are questionable. >> a civil trial held earlier this year found two of the defendants not liable. tonight we are getting a first- hand look at a dramatic rescue in east bay. firefighters raced into a burning home and pulled out two women who were trapped by flames and thick smoke. juliette shows us the rescue from the eyes of one of the firefighters. >> a heroic rescue all caught on a personal helmet camera worn by firefighter.
for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> two earthquakes in the same place rattled the bay area. what was different about the second one? >> libyans celebrate the fall of gadhafi. his last words and the james bond-like weapon he had. >> i think that he kind of felt that if you ignore something, if you don't want something to exist, you can have magical thinking. it worked for him in the past. >> steve jobs secret regret. what the apple visionary refused to do that could have saved his life. and good evening, i'm ken. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. dana has the night off. did yo
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of a motorcycle club war. >>> for some reason it is all re hush hush. >> that's because there is a secret. >>> u.s. rangers are in the sierra foothills. tonight, the secret that will soon be revealed. >> good evening, i'm ken bastida. >>> i'm dana king. tonight this, even protestors in egypt that overthrough a dictator are now rallying in support of occupy oakland. >> not just the egyptians. robert lyles on the well known liberal who says mayor quan should probably go. >> reporter: he has taken on both president's clinton and bush and now michael moore is taking on mayor gene quan. he is staying right here in the bay air until he gets a sitdown with the mayor who militarized. >> occupy oakland. >> reporter: michael moore turned the mic into a syringe injecting some protestors with hope. >> he is very inspirational. everything he said had a lot of truth. >> he spoke from everybody's heart. >> another white savior coming to save the day. >> no more useful or intelligent than any other individual personally. >> reporter: they gathered to hear his message as the world watched tear gas land on demonst
is notorious, why landlords can't stop the tenant. >> excuse us. we want to talk to you so. >> good evening, i'm dana king. >> i'm ken bastida. tonight, the question, who is in control. >> the mayors and police departments of two of the bay area's biggest cities are clearly not calling the shots, in san francisco the occupy protestors at justin hoe man plaza managed to get the mayor to back down, to stop a planned police raid last night. it seems nobody at city hall knows what to do next. and in oakland, robert liles tells us the tents are back and the mayor admits that she is waiting for occupiers to call her. robert? >> reporter: well, dana, the occupy oakland demonstrators behind me here at franco guy wah say that after being teargassed and shot at by police there were never any plans to call mayor jean quan, still, she said she stayed here waiting to hear from those demonstrators. but as you're about to see, the mayor's actions may speak louder than her words. mayor quan? mayor quan? can we speak with you before you leave? can ah roll your window, can you lower your window? this is mayor q
-qaeda leader is dead, killed in a u.s. air strike. al-awlaki inspired the fort hood major who killed 13 service members. pentagon had been searching for him for months now. the attack that killed him was only the tip of a much larger operation. >> missiles fired by the drone took out al-awlaki's vehicle, making the american born cleric the first u.s. citizen to be targeted and killed as a terrorist. senior defense official said a very bad man just had a very bad day. the president seemed to have no qualms about al-awlaki's american roots. >> al-awlaki was the leader of external operations for al- qaeda in the arabian peninsula. he took the lead in planning and directing efforts to murder innocent americans. >> cann, another american member of al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula and two passengers were also killed. but al-awlaki was the main target. he had narrowly escaped an earlier drone strike the week after the bin laden raid. and this time, the u.s. was taking no chances. his hideout in a remote town was under continuous surveillance. and the pattern of his daily routine monitored. carrie
family and already the book and movie offers are pouring in. the family could use the money. her parents took out second mortgages, ran up their credit cards, and drained their retirement account. even amanda's grandmother took out a $250,000 mortgage to help pay all those legal fees. but first things first, she is home. manny was there when she got off the plane. >> amanda knox was overcome with emotion as she was cheered by well wishers at the seattle airport. >> thank you to everyone who believed in me, who has defended me, who supported my family. >> knox was set free on monday. a jury said faulty dna evidence was used to convict her of murdering her british roommate four years ago in perugia. she was acquitted and one day later flew home. >> i was looking down from the airplane and it seemed like everything wasn't real. my family is the most important thing to me right now and i just want to go and be with them. >> knox's case played out under an international spotlight and here in seattle, her story often made headlines. many here are relieved they were worried this day would
explaning last night's use of force. >> our officers were assaulted with bottles, rocks, and had hazardous materials thrown at them. >> reporter: they claim they were shot with rubber bullets and had to deal with flash bang grenades, not so says the police chief. >> none of the officers used rubber bullets. >> that's a lie. the police need to be indicted, need to be investigated the police need to go to jail. >> reporter: he is referring to this shooting we captured of 24- year-old scott olson. protesters claim he was shot by police but nobody know what was used because 17 bay area police agencies were brought in and nobody knows tonight what weapons they brought. >> in the agreement they are supposed -- everybody is supposed to abide by oakland rules. that is an issue we are looking into. >> supposed to but we don't know if that happened. >> no. >> reporter: the mayor said an investigation is underway but would not take responsibility. >> i don't do the tactical planning. >> reporter: for giving the go head to use force and then traveling to bash wash dc for a meeting at the white h
puppet that she would use to explain exactly what she was doing and why she was doing it. i just wish there was someone to explain to me how i'm going to find another doctor like that. [ male announcer ] we know a good doctor is hard to find. we have some of the largest networks in california so you can choose one that's right for you. blue shield. . >>> you're watching cbs5 eyewitness news in high definition. >> city of oakland has a new message for the protesters, tonight the complete 180. >>> and a look at the growing disapproval of the mayor. a night after police tear gassed protesters. >> i opened the envelope and dumped it out and it was absolutely heart breaking. >> she is the wife of the world's biggest thief. what she sent to her children right before she tried to take her own life. >> the big adventure of a little cat left at one of the busiest airports. we will talk to his owner. good evening. i'm ken batista. >> the city has caved, yesterday police tore up the camp and then tear gassed protesters. >> now in a stunning reversal the mayor said the protesters can go rig
do it. everybody thought for a moment and went on. a lot of kids are from california and used to earthquakes by this point. >> so obviously tonight, the topic of conversation here in berkeley, the earthquakes and a lot of students coming up to us tonight saying is this a precursor to the big one? geologists tell us this is about a 5% chance, roughly, that this afternoon's earthquake and this evening is a fore shock to a larger earth quick. >> heyward fault in east bay have not been immuned to what geologists call quake swarms or quake clusters. are we entering another period where we might see more of that? >> reporter: that's a good question, because we've had four earthquakes or aftershocks today. geologists say a swarm is typically about ten to 10,000 earthquakes. so we haven't had that yet. if we have more, we'll be entering that swarm or cluster category of earthquakes. >> all right, we'll see what happens in the next 24 and 48. juliette in berkeley. thank you. >>> whenever you feel the earth move and you're not near a tv, you can find out what's going on. use your com
'm dana king. it is a growing industry in california, but it is all gone wrong. >> people are using the cover of medical marijuana to make extraordinary amounts of money. in short to engage in drug trafficking and many drug trafficking operations are in plain sight. >> the u.s. attorney for california announcing today that the state's pot clubs are operating illegally and have 45 days to shut down or face the legal consequences. now despite those threats, robert lyles reports some are looking to make cannabis a career. >> malcome wiley is a member of an unwanted club. the bay area's unemployed. >> it is a struggle. >> for more than a year, the talk of san jose earned his membership card. >> i'm looking for a job right now. >> so came to earn new w-2's in an industry growing like weed, literally. >> i think that most people think that the jobs in the industry are all selling medical marijuana. >> organizers of the first annual cannabis industry job fair hope that misconception goes up in smoke. >> 90% of the jobs are servicing the people that are selling the medical marijua
husband a falcon? thanks for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. [ falcon screeches ] [ male announcer ] get to a better state. other places have bbq burgers, hbut not with the kick this oneh my new ouhas- burger. outlaw means it's loaded with hickory-smoked bacon, onion rings and topped with my bourbon barbecue sauce. and i'll tell you somethin' else they don't have- -my outlaw spicy chicken sandwich. yehaw! whoa! whoa whoa whoa whoa.. ride that spicy chicken! >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> my family is the most important thing to me right now and i just want to go and be with them. >> a long journey
after the deadly rampage where he worked. kit shows us that video and what coworkers say he shouted as he opened fire. >> a surveillance camera captures omen clenching the strap of an assault rifle after police say he gunned down an assault rifle. the motive came from racial tension. >> he said he was going to do some damage. if he was going to go out and he was going to kill some people. that was going to happen to him and his family. >> cynthia says almen came to his home last weekend, talked about retaliating against coworkers and showed off an ak47 to her son, brandon. >> he was like mad at the people at my job. he laughed with me. but he said, you know how that is. you can only contain a gorilla for so long. >> corey shaffer was in the room when he fired a gun. fired two warning shots and started screaming. >> he said, do you think -- that was it. he kept saying that, repeating that and shooting. so he had a grudge against specific people. >> almen was targeting managers and union reps. he had been coming to work late and been in numerous accidents. >> he kept getting w
? craig: i forget. it is in fact nine years. geoff: oooh. craig: ah. so jeffrey, it only remains for us to bid the audience a good night. geoff: you were about to speak in french there. craig: no, no i was not. so geoffrey, it only remains for us to say good night, everybody. geoff: good night, everyone. craig: good night. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- hey, jessica, jerry neumann with a policy question. jerry, how are you doing? fine, i just got a little fender bender. oh, jerry, i'm so sorry. i would love to help but remember, you dropped us last month. yeah, you know it's funny. it only took 15 minutes to sign up for that new auto insurance company but it's taken a lot longer to hear back. is your car up a pole again? [ crying ] i miss you, jessica! jerry, are you crying? no, i just, i bit my tongue. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. ♪ [ folksy whistling ]] [ man ] quitting is a fight you can't let yourself lose. it can take many tries. but keep trying, you will beat smoking. honey, you okay? yeah, i'm fine. ♪ [ ukulele ] >>> you're watc
driver shares his story of survival. >> reporter: most of us crane our necks for a look at the freeway crash or roll past. this morning michael was praying to god save me. >> i hit the guardrail, looked up in the air and i just thought i was going over the guardrail. 100 feet down and that's where i thought i was going. >> reporter: you can't think you would survive. >> no. > he was driving 79,000 pounds of concrete when a car next to him lost control, hitting the medium. his car hit that car and both went into the front tire well. he lost all control. >> reporter: do you remember the truck flipping? >> no, i don't. i remember just came to a rest and i was alive and knew i could see the flames and i knew that to get out of the vehicle. >> reporter: tina williams watched. >> a white car hit it,. >> reporter: while every driver drove past, the 22-year-old williams couldn't. >> he is on top, staning between the fire. he passes out so i'm like my god, so i ran over and i tried -- i put my arms under his arms and i dragged him all the way to my car. >> reporter: the tiny mother left h
comprehension. that's all. >> i think we're all in shock so it's even harder for us to deal with this loss now. >> reporter: the manager cure you news is reporting the funeral shooter is also a member of the san jose chapter steve ruiz. they say fellow bikers whisked him away in the chaos after the shooting and he is now microfilm likely dead. they allowed him to dig up the dirt at pettigrew's grave. investigators say evidence at the funeral shootings had disappeared and they thought some of it may have been thrown into the gravesite. they say the coffin was not re- opened but, after sifting through the dirt, they found nothing. so as far as a motive for this weekend's shooting goes apparently the two men got into some kind of argument and now san jose police fear some kind of retaliation and they say that more violence may be ahead. ken. >> kiet do in san jose with the latest there. thanks kiet. >>> north san jose was in lockdown tonight because of a fear of explosion. he found a bag with some ammo and several spend shell casings he called 911 and the bomb squad showed up. >> common sense, he
cook. >> and i'm ken. >> u.s. soldiers will be home for the holidays. >> the pressure is on. >> i reaffirmed that the united states keeps its commitments. >> moving on to the next story. sharon chin has more on the soldiers returning home here in the bay area. >> kim has been colonel david was supposed to go to iraq, but got deployed instead of afghanistan. she had mixed feelings when she and her daughterred learns american soldiers in iraq would be home soon. >> i felt like they are so lucky, because i would love to have been in that place. >> need not return to iraq, as commander of a combat stress unit, he stays in a relatively safe medical clinic area in afghanistan. in contrast, his last iraqi deployment in 2004 landed him in a dangerous combat zone. >> knowing that he won't have to go over there again is definitely a relief. i think that is important for closure. >> once her husband does return, his job will be saved for him because he's an active duty reservist, but many troops will be looking for jobs in a struggling economy. >> they need something to do to help wit
manager, deb e.r.a. fi genie down here, to justify her actions and come and talk to us before i come down. >> reporter: do you think this is embarrassing for the city? >> interview: is it embarrassing? i don't think so. >> reporter: matt morley oversees the city's buildings and says it would be too dangerous to send in a crew. >> reporter: so basically he is gonna stay up there as long as he wants to. >> interview: potentially, potentially. again, we don't have a plan to move him down and we'll take a look at that on a continual basis. >> reporter: supporters have been sending up supplies with a rope and plastic bag. kelly's wall climb has given the movement its second wind have the they have brand new tents and for the first time a food station. city employees who we spoke with who work in the building are supportive of him. >> interview: he has his right to express himself. >> reporter: what is it going to take to have you come down. >> interview: change. >> reporter: officers came to the roof and offered to have the city manager call oh kelly on his cell phone but he refused. the only
bucks. >> i mean, the food was nice, you know. >> reporter: starting back in april, the u.s. attorney's office says ortiz sold handguns to two undercover san jose police officers for $700, they came back again and again to the cart on allen rock and foss avenues and over the next month bought a small arsenal. they say he kept the guns in this vanin side a plastic bag and that they were able to buy, and ortiz admits to selling them, a total of 9 guns. we're talking about .357s, revolunteer investors, tolls rifles, and sawed-off shotguns. similar to these. they traced this them as stolen to southern california. another man supplied him with the guns and he didn't ask where they came from. he was arrested last month but is back to his cart until his court date. >> he was reselling other people's guns and he didn't know that was legal? >> he didn't know they were illegal. it was easier for him. >> ortiz, who has a prior gun and weapons conviction says he didn't know he needed a license. what happened if he sold a gun to somebody and somebody used that gun to kill or hurt somebody in a cri
with us before it went public. >> reporter: city hall infighting aside our poll asked voters if they had confidence in the mayor's want to reduce crime and 69% said little or no confidence compared to 29% who have some or a lot of confidence. >> and we did contact the mayor's office to discuss our poll results. we have yet to hear a response tonight. >>> also in san francisco, the mayor is facing a criminal investigation into possible money laundering. this involves donations of $500 each that 17 employees of the airport van service gave the mayor election campaign. they were made just two weeks after sfo reversed new rule that the company has said were hurting business. rival candidate said super advisers told drivers they would be repaid for their donations. now the da is investigating. >> these alleging there was money laundering operation going on with the political campaign and you know we want to make sure we aren't passing judgement on the merit at this point. given the circumstances with we thought it was important to investigate. >> the mayor's staff say he never intervened i
, you dropped us last month. yeah, you know it's funny. it only took 15 minutes to sign up for that new auto insurance company but it's taken a lot longer to hear back. is your car up a pole again? [ crying ] i miss you, jessica! jerry, are you crying? no, i just, i bit my tongue. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. text save to 7-8836. [people chatting] everyone, it's $37 a piece. paying with your smart phone instead of cash. that's a step forward. with chase person-to-person quickpay, you can send money directly to your friend's checking account. all you need is their email address or mobile number. don't worry honey, i'll show you. thanks everyone. cupy >> announcer: you're watching "cbs5 eyewitness news" in high definition. >>> what's it gonna take to have you come down? >> interview: change. >> he has elevated the occupy movement to a whole new level. what prompted this protest tore to do more than fight city hall. he scaled it. >>> i was gonna weak him up, like shake him more, then i saw the gun. >> san jose police investigate another officer shooting. what supports the depa
: i'll kick his ass, man. craig: what the hell is happening to you? you used to be this adorable lovely friendly upbeat robot and now you're some kind of drunken impersonator who waves his hand around. i love it. [laughter] you all right, man? are you over it? geoff: i'm going to be ok. craig: i think we all learned something. it is what you feel inside. [laughter] geoff: yeah, yeah. it is what you feel. craig: what you feel -- uh-oh. sorry. good night, everybody. sorry. good night, everybody. say good night.,,,, [ agent ] so your policy looks good, is there anything else? why did you buy my husband a falcon? thanks for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announc
. >> murder for hire, money, and links to the iranian government. how the u.s. got the best of the master mind. >>> you're in china, i think i can get in with the company as they starting to expand. >> and why some are looking for the american dream overseas. good everyoning, i'm dana king. >> and i'm ken vastida. oakland police chief said he had enough. >> it's hardly been a secret that he and mayor qualm don't see eye to eye. as robert lyles shows us, he was not alone. >> why did the chief step down? >> i feel like i don't have full control of the oakland police department. >> that announcement shook the latino merchant's association like a trembler. 1200 a month on private security since police layoffs. he says he'll keep quiet no longer. >> i'm blaming the city of oakland. maybe it could be from the city council's office or within hire. >> jimenez and jose ortiz say that's what is tough on crime, but saw that as the making of a misstate. >> are you saying the mayor and city council handcuffed the chief? >> yes. he should be the one making decisions that have to do with the oaklan
everybody in show business know each other? craig: >> of course. craig: oh, i feel like i'm being used like you put your daughter in lesbian row so she could get in show business. well, your plan back fired because she was on this show instead. are you ok with her being in show business? >> yes. craig: are you in show business yourself? >> no. craig: what business are you in? >> i'm a homemaker. craig: that is a great business to be in. one that you might want to consider. although choose your partner wisely. someone who perhaps is a little more job security than your bony friend right now. are you all right with the type of men that she dates? are you ok with that? >> sometimes. craig: are you out here to check up on anyone? >> not at the moment. not that i don't know of anyone. craig: i hear you. i hear you. athena, i've got kids. i know what you're saying. [laughter] anyway. i think all's well that ends well. i wish you good luck. look. here is $50. [applause] good night, everybody. -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's a prize, all rig
they don't have any demands because that way they can't come back on us with anything. >> reporter: that's why 88-year- old barbara new come is headed home. >> reporter: you say you got a bit fed up. >> yes i did. >> reporter: at what? >> just standing there blandly and blindly repeating what somebody told me to say. >> reporter: she came here with her own list of demands. >> the message is we want decent jobs, we want health care bill. >> reporter: others are 99ers, those who want to action the put the tax on the top 1% of wage earnsers. but former black panther, the people occupying here have a long way to go. >> reporter: yes they have a long way to go. >> reporter: the older protestors have gone home once build on the anger that built the tea party. the younger here don't feel the need to define this occupation. instead, they believe that the occupations will i don't to 1,000 cities by the close of this month. dana? >> well, concise message or not, there is a lot of anger out there. >> reporter: that is absolutely true. >> all right. robert liles. thank you. >>> protestors in our nat
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